Just one more month until Christmas! Things are getting hectic as the holidays approach. Many of us are busy making lists, shopping for gifts, and preparing our Noche Buena menus.
Aside from the fact that everybody loves to indulge during the holidays, nothing conveys the spirit of the season more than a baked labor of love.
Let’s face it. Even if you might not be particularly fond of coffee, the treats served up in cafes are almost impossible to resist.
Halloween is right around the corner. Time to break out the spooky décor, choose a scary costume, and get your sweet tooth and candy hoard ready!
October is here, and that means Oktoberfest festivities are in full swing all over the world, including the Philippines.
Sweetness is such an essential aspect of baking. However, over the years, using refined sugar (or white sugar), as the main component of baked goods just isn’t as compelling as it used to be.
Visiting the neighborhood Filipino bakery, known as panaderia, and buying baked goodies is a weekly routine shared by many.
Yes, it’s true. Today, everyone is rightfully more concerned about how to cook healthier meals. The same can be said for baking.
When it comes to cooking, we firmly believe it should be fun, and it should be creative. These two factors are essential for turning out spectacular-tasting dishes!